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Thursday, July 24, 2014 - Mason County Journal- Page A-27 MARY'S MEMOIRS In the summer time when the weather is nice in the Pacific Northwest, people get very busy doing things they are unable to do during the rainy and cold months• Mary does not have a long di- ary this week but you can tell she is busy. Thursday, July 23, 1936 A sultry day. Sam went to Seattle at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Sundstrom stopped in on her way to Santa Barbara. She looked very nice in a gray hat and darker gray coat. Put out a lot of candy and the special sheets which came in quite late this week. All the relief workers are to meet here tomorrow at 10 a.m. to go to work on the road oiling job tomorrow. Jack delivered down the canal today. Not a very big day though. Received notice that our stream of water was not fit to drink. So now Orrs may be able to believe I sent in the right samples. Sam and I went swimming this morning• My, it was grand. Sam's mother, sister and .... " her new husband came Friday, Juiy24, i936 : 0ut .so we had company .I didn't:get up until 9 all day long. My, was I and ate a leisurely break- tired by night. Went in • fast. Picked some sweet swimming and the water peas and has- was grand• To bed early. turtiums for the house. Went to . Monday, July 27, 1936 the store in Al: " Avery quiet day and Orie's Car, Sam's Samwent to Seattle toget By CLYDENE HOSTETLER car was hemmedthe truck fixed but didn't .i in by relief . :i get it done• We heard : workers' cars that Clifton Ragan died ::. so couldn't getyesterday but today heard the truck out. he was getting better. Re- Sam went to ceived an announcement Bremerton and from Mrs. Rutherford tell- Port Gamble at ing us about her baby boy. 2:30 so I went along. Saw Wrote to the department Alexander in Bremertonand asked for a leave of and he treated us to pop. absence. I bought myself a white sweater with orange and Tuesday, July 28, 1936 black trim. It is very pret- A quiet day and not ty. Sam went to Union much doing. I went to and got all squared upTacoma with Emmet on with the electricians. Now the truck and got a wave this evening he is going to at Rhodes• Then got a Seattle and will come back new white cr pe dress but very early tomorrow, when I got home it looked way too large. In the eve- ning Elizabeth and I went Saturday, July 25, 1936 A very busy day. John and Annie came out in the evening. We sat up late talking. Sunday, July 26, 1936 A very hot Sunday. Congratulations, Dr. LePere Happy Retirement! Best Wishes from Dr. Daniel Byrne and Staff I Daniel R. Byrne, DMD, PS J 21 NE Romance Hill (nextto Harrison UrgentCore Belfair)J to see Alice and Don at Tahuya. Home late• Wednesday, July 29, 1936 A quiet day. Went to the beach and pressed a couple dresses. Cleaned up a part of the bathroom so doesn't look so messy. Jack framed his draw- ing in the frame Emmet bought and gave it to Emmet. It will look fine in his log house. Doris Brown had a baby girl. Went in swimming today and the water was grand. Wanda Orr is working for my cousin Vernon at Pot- latch. I wonder how shell like it down there. w I love to get email from readers and Igor this one this week from Mikeline Meurs from Harstine Is- lan& "Just want to say that I have been an avid reader of your column in the pa- per for many years now. It is so fun to read about RO. Box 275 NORTH MASON FIBER COMPANY • NE 431 Log Yard Rd.. Belfair, WA 98528 Thq Place To Contractors Welcome Per Small (Pkk-up Size) Load* OPEN MON-FR 30PM • SAT. ONL' --AM-4PM 275-0228 Please call for directions and more information NO Plastzs or Garbage PLEASE Mary, and see how hard she worked and the many opportunities she and her contemporaries took to have some fun along with all the work/ "(Last) week's column starts with 'Blackberries are not quite ready." Being a Washington native and longtime blackberry pick- er, I would bet she was referring to the little wild blackberries, which begin in June, and are still available although just approaching the end of: the season. We used to say when we were kids that the blackberries biggest picking was the Fourth of July. But I notice out here oa Harstine Island that many of them, especially those in shaded locations, are still producing. I in- tend to go out one more time today• These are the small ones that grow on vines on the ground, with a very delicious tart flavor that makes excellent pies. The large bush blackber- ries are later - closer to August, and were not even picked when I was young as they don't have the tart flavor, and have very large seeds that need to be screened out." Thank you Mikeline Meurs thank you all for reading thisweek's diary. Clydene Hostetler is a longtime Belfair resident, local historian, media ar- chivist and documentary filmmaker of'Hidden in Plain Sight." She can be emailed at clydeneh@ wavecable.ebm.: I a All your pets deserve the best habitat you can give them. Remember to leave plenty of fresh water available to pets at all times. Hours: Man, Tue 8am-6pm. Wed, Thur, Fri 8am-Spin. $at 8am-4pm , Dr. Shawn Thomas ACCREDITED The Standard of ~!erinary Exceller 24161 NE State Hwy 3 360,277,3800 ' www.belltownevetcenter•com ! i ultllll Wr:l |$~W'LI;uln ea,,,~ m i~J I~-- k--I~iiJll $V:1 |K~:W(lu i1rl ~[i]1 i~II~ m Girl Victim of Plague Sixth Case Two juvenile escapees from the Discovered in New Orleans Six Fort Warden Diagnostic Center, Port Blocks from First. Townsend, attempted to flee the scene New Orleans. - The sixth case of of an accident at 8:15 a.m., Tuesday, bubonic plague was discovered here five miles east of Union, on Highway Saturday. The:victim is Helen SoeU, 106• 10 years old. Her home is six blocks According to authorities, the two from where the first plague caseyouths, Erick Haller, t4, Vancouver, developed June 27. and Ronald Warden, 15, Tacoma, had A force of nie directly under the stolen the 1963 Chevrolet station supervision of Dr. Oscar Salomon, of wagon in Port Townsend. New Orleans, began .inspecting all ;freight leaving the cityby rail, Before b'm'l ltt,'y t e mL , am ;umi each car is sealed it will be known Body in duct tape was Seattle ex- definitely that it contains no rats. con A body wrapped neatly in duct tape jiil AP # .IDLmllrl lllB] m and placed in a blanket-like bag Shelton in the Movies Now! before it was dumped just north of Cameras to Film City Soon Shelton has been identified as that of The satisfaction of seeing yourself as David C. Agar, 25, Seattle, a former inmate of the Washingto Correction other see you will be possible to every Center• " .... citizen of Shelton and Mason County, Inv "i 'i o th i cide " es~ gat onz ne n n~, ~o when sound and camera technicians . . , 1 . _ ..... • aecermme wnere ana now z~gar alea of the Blanche film laboratories start " " t" bo ...... • ana now ne ay came ~o De lei~ in shooting a feature-length plcture, a cul-de-sac near the intersection of "Shelton on Parade" on city streets Highway 101 and Olympic Highway here in a few days. North is continuing. The body was found just west of Highway 101 at the end of a dead-end road in the Goose Lake area. th iou:nrln;tl, Serving All of Mason County Since 1885 The above graphic was from an advertisement for Rayonier Cellulose from June 25, 1964 ~r